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  1. Southampton 2-2 Burnley: Dyche reaction, published at17:33 23 October

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche to BBC Match of the Day: "I think there were a lot of good things about our performances. I've been saying that a lot lately but we had two excellent goals by Maxwel [Cornet]. "We are disappointed with the goals [conceded]. The first from a set-piece and the second from a mistake, but from a player that has been terrific for us. We brought him [Cornet] to add to what we do. He had been good but we had to be a bit cautions with him as he cramped a bit with a hamstring issue. He gives us that bit of difference we have been searching for. "By our positive substitutions, it was clear we were trying to win the game. It was another positive display with a couple of mistakes. Eradicate them and we are in good shape with what we are trying to achieve."

  2. Follow Southampton v Burnley live, published at14:15 23 October

    Southampton v Burnley

    We're now less than an hour away from kick-off between Southampton and Burnley at St Mary's.

    Click here to follow all the action

    You'll be able to catch up with all the post-match reaction on this page after full-time.

  3. Southampton v Burnley: Confirmed team news, published at14:13 23 October

    Southampton team news

    Southampton make one change to the side that picked up their first league win of the season against Leeds last time out.

    Winger Theo Walcott replaces Moussa Djenepo, who drops to the bench.

    Southampton XI: McCarthy, Bednarek, Salisu, Perraud, Livramento, Romeu, Elyounoussi, Diallo, Walcott, Redmond, Broja

    Subs: Forster, Walker-Peters, Vojnovic, Armstrong, Adams, Armstrong, Djenepo, Tella, Valery

    Burnley team news

    Sean Dyche also makes one change to his Burnley side that was last beaten at Manchester City.

    Erik Pieters has been replaced by Charlie Taylor, who returns to action after sitting out the defeat in Manchester with a knock.

    Burnley XI: Pope, Lowton, Tarkowski, Collins, Taylor, Cork, Brownhill, Westwood, Cornet, McNeil, Wood

    Subs: Hennessey, Gudmundsson, Barnes, Lennon, Rodriguez, Pieters, Bardsley, Vydra, Long

  4. Lawro's predictions: Southampton v Burnley, published at17:18 22 October

    Mark Lawrenson takes on Elena Cole and Haydn Craven, stars of football drama Jamie Johnson, for the latest round of Premier League predictions.

    Mark Lawrenson

    Lawro's prediction: 2-1

    Burnley are still waiting for their first league win of the season but Southampton got theirs against Leeds last week, which was big for them.

    The Clarets put up a decent fight in their defeat at Manchester City but that is the least I expect from them. Goals seem hard to come by, which is a worry.

    Southampton are hardly prolific themselves, but I think they will edge this one.

    Elena's prediction: This one might be quite boring. 0-0

    Haydn's prediction: I agree! 0-0

    Find out how Lawro, Elena and Haydn think the rest of this week's fixtures will go

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  5. Southampton v Burnley: Team news, published at15:07 22 October

    Che Adams and Ben Mee split picture graphic

    Southampton welcome back forward Che Adams, who missed the win against Leeds after suffering a minor muscle problem playing for Scotland.

    James Ward-Prowse serves the second game of a three-match ban, while Jack Stephens is a long-term absentee.

    Burnley will monitor the fitness of captain Ben Mee, who could come back into contention after missing their last fixture because of Covid-19.

    The Clarets will also assess injury doubts Matej Vydra and Charlie Taylor.

    Who makes your Southampton team this weekend?

    Pick and share your Burnley XI here

  6. Man City 2-0 Burnley: Fantasy football top performers, published at12:06 22 October

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    Manchester City cruised to a 2-0 win over Burnley in the latest round of Premier League fixtures - but who were the top fantasy football performers from the match?

    Unsurprisingly, the bonus points all went to City players:

    • Kevin de Bruyne and Bernardo Silva (3)

    • Zack Steffen (1)

    So which City and Clarets players - if any - should be making it into your team for gameweek nine? Don't forget this week's deadline is 18:30 BST on Friday before Arsenal face Aston Villa.

    Read Alistair Bruce-Ball's fantasy football tips to find out

    And listen to the Fantasy 606 podcast on BBC Sounds

  7. Premier League fixtures at a glance, published at10:41 22 October

    Premier League fixtures: Arsenal v Aston Villa (Fri, 20:00 BST), Chelsea v Norwich (Sat, 12:30 BST), Crystal Palace V Newcastle (Sat, 15:00 BST), Everton v Watford (Sat, 15:00 BST), Leeds v Wolves (Sat, 15:00 BST), Southampton v Burnley (Sat, 15:00 BST), Brighton v Man City (Sat, 17:30 BST), Brentford v Leicester (Sun, 14:00 BST), West Ham v Tottenham (Sun, 14:00 BST), Man Utd v Liverpool (Sun, 16:30 BST)
  8. Dyche - 'Stay strong' and we'll reach 'next level', published at16:14 21 October

    Sean Dyche applauds Burnley fansImage source, Getty Images

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche has urged his players to reach the "next level" by turning "good performances" into victories in the Premier League.

    Dyche's side travel to Southampton on Saturday without a win in their opening eight league fixtures.

    "You have to win," said Dyche, whose side are 18th in the table, three points adrift of Leeds in 17th.

    "The next level is to turn our good performances into winning performances. We’d take a lucky one but ideally you want the players to play well and earn the right to win.

    "There's some good work being done; they need to stay strong and keep believing. The minimum requirement is maximum effort and these lads are putting that in."

    Dyche, the Premier League's longest-serving manager, sympathised with the views shared by Steve Bruce this week, after the former Newcastle boss described his hurt at some of the insults he received during his time at the club.

    "I think it's the unfortunate part of the job," added Dyche. "It gets worse every year with the coverage; everyone has a phone. There are some very good things but there are some very bad things with the job."

    You can read what Dyche and other Premier League managers had to say on Thursday in our live page.

  9. Southampton v Burnley: Last time out, published at15:07 21 October

    Danny Ings and Nathan Redmond celebrate a Southampton goal against BurnleyImage source, Getty Images

    Southampton host Burnley in the Premier League this weekend - but what happened when the two teams last met in the top flight?

    Saints fought back from two goals down to beat Burnley 3-2 and claim three crucial points in the battle for Premier League survival in April.

    A Chris Wood penalty and Matej Vydra's volley put Burnley in control after 28 minutes at St Mary's, but Southampton were level before half-time through Stuart Armstrong and Danny Ings.

    Nathan Redmond completed the comeback with a volley midway through the second half to move Southampton 10 points clear of the relegation zone with eight games remaining.

  10. Dyche on fitness issues, the 'next level' & Bruce abuse, published at14:15 21 October

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche has been speaking to the media before his side travel to take on Southampton on Saturday.

    Here are the key points from the Clarets boss:

    • He will make a decision on the fitness of Matej Vydra, Ben Mee and Charlie Taylor but all three are in contention;

    • Burnley are "creating chances" and that he can see "good work" is being done by the players in order to improve their position;

    • The "next level" for Burnley is to turn good performances into wins as they continue to seek a first victory of the season;

    • Abuse aimed at former Newcastle manager Steve Bruce is part of an issue that "gets worse" every season;

    Burnley are 18th in the Premier League on three points, while hosts Southampton are in 15th place on seven.

    You can follow all of Thursday's news conferences in our live page here.

  11. Southampton v Burnley: What does the form show?, published at12:16 21 October

    Southampton v Burnley form in past five games: Southampton - win v Leeds, losses v Chelsea and Wolves, win v Sheffield United on penalties, draw v Man City. Burnley - loss v Man City, draws v Norwich and Leicester, win v Rochdale, loss v Arsenal
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    *Southampton won 4-2 on penalties against Sheffield United following a 2-2 full-time result in the Carabao Cup third round

    • Southampton have kept two clean sheets in their last three home league games, after a run of 11 without one at St Mary’s. However, Saints have netted just twice in their last five Premier League games at home.

    • All five of Burnley’s Premier League goals this season have put them ahead in the match (including twice against Leicester). However, the Clarets are still without a win, dropping a joint-high 10 points from winning positions in the Premier League this term (along with Newcastle).

    • Burnley have the oldest average starting XI age in the Premier League so far this season (29 years), while only Arsenal and Brentford have a younger average age among starters than Southampton (25y 301d).

  12. Hear from the Burnley boss on Thursday, published at09:58 21 October

    Sean Dyche press conference coming up

    Burnley boss Sean Dyche is due to speak to the media at about 13:15 BST on Thursday.

    Catch up with all the key lines from his news conference on this page later.

    Follow Thursday's news conferences in our live page

  13. Southampton v Burnley: Head-to-head stats, published at11:06 20 October

    Southampton v Burnley Premier League head-to-head record, 12 games. Southampton: 4 wins, 12 goals, 3 clean sheets. Burnley: 5 wins, 13 goals, 5 clean sheets.
    • Southampton won home and away against Burnley in the Premier League last season, as many victories as they had managed in their first 10 meetings with them in the competition before then (two wins, three draws, five defeats).

    • Burnley have won two of their past four away league games against Southampton (one draw, one defeat), as many as they had managed in their first 25 away league meetings with them prior to this (two wins, 10 draws, 13 defeats).

    • No team in the top four tiers of English league football is on a longer current winless run than Burnley (11 – three draws, eight defeats), with the Clarets failing to score on seven occasions in that run.

  14. Southampton v Burnley: Who makes your Clarets team?, published at18:04 19 October

    Burnley team selector

    Burnley visit Southampton in the latest round of Premier League fixtures on Saturday, but who will make it into Sean Dyche's starting XI?

    You'll be able to pick - and share on social media - your own line-up for every Premier League game throughout the campaign.

    It's up to you how to approach it - you could go for the team you WANT the boss to pick or the one you THINK he will.

    Either way, it's time to choose your Clarets team to face Southampton

  15. Man City 2-0 Burnley: The pick of the stats, published at11:08 18 October

    Dwight McNeil is put under pressure by Phil FodenImage source, Getty Images
    • Manchester City have won each of their last nine games against Burnley across all competitions by an aggregate scoreline of 32-1 - only against Watford (13), Bournemouth and Fulham (11 each) are the Citizens currently enjoying a longer winning run against a specific opponent.

    • City have taken 31 points from their last 33 available against Burnley in the Premier League (won 10, drawn one), since losing 1-0 at Turf Moor in March 2015.

    • Burnley are winless in their last 11 league games (drawn three, lost eight), the longest current run without a win in the top four tiers of English football.

  16. Silva makes the difference but stubborn Clarets can take positives, published at07:34 18 October

    Chris Bevan, BBC Sport

    Raheem Sterling, Riyad Mahrez and John Stones were all recalled by Pep Guardiola, but it was Bernardo Silva who stole the show for Manchester City in their 2-0 win over Burnley.

    Guardiola hailed Silva afterwards, saying his performance was “extraordinary, again” after another fine all-round display by the Portugal midfielder, who scored the opening goal.

    As a team, City did not hit those heights on Saturday but they produced enough quality when it mattered to take the points against a stubborn Burnley side.

     There were positives for the Clarets too, despite their defeat. Sean Dyche’s side are still without a victory after eight league games this season but they did not play like a team lying third-bottom of the table.